El Nido

El Nido, Palawan

El Nido really is a magical place. From its ageless towering marble cliffs to its white sandy beaches with crystal clear water, many refer to it as paradise. There are over 50 beaches to discover, so many in fact that sometimes you feel as if you are on your own secluded private beach. You will also find enchanting lagoons with tranquil turquoise-green water, caves that can take you to hidden beac ...

hes, and a very diverse variety of wildlife.

El Nido is a top destination for island hopping, book your boat, take some food, some drinks in a cool box and disappear into the heavenly marine reserve that is Bacuit Bay. It is a truly relaxing and inspiring place; Alex Garland wrote "The Beach" while living here. Scuba diving is also a popular activity here with over 30 dive sites for varying levels and skills; from taking the plunge and learning to dive for the first time, to perfecting your expertise and advancing your qualifications.

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  • Back To El Nido Palawan

    Back To El Nido Palawan

    If there is one place I want to visit again and again, it is El Nido, Palawan. I was enthralled by the beauty of the place. The crystal clear water and the limestone formation of the islands are instagram perfect for travelers. El Nido is also a melting pot where you can meet and greet various people across the Globe, share experiences and take pride of the culture you can share with the other fellow travelers.

  • El Nido Palawan 2018 a Must Watch

    Travelling to El Nido gave me the opportunity to step onto a new and beautiful place. Mixing the best feelings of both a new and a beautiful place rewards me with a grateful feeling when travelling. Cherish every feeling, every moment you experience when you travel. A place will just be a place unless you get more out of it, unless you give more meaning to it. EL NIDO made me realize that. Thank you, It?s been grate El Nido!

  • El Nido Palawan

    El Nido Palawan

    I tried to get around as much as possible since the start of this year. My wanderlust started on New Year's eve when I went on a 9 hour drive down south of Luzon. That ignited my desire to travel and from then on, I travel on weekends (and maintain a regular job on weekdays) chasing adventures and documenting every location I tick off my bucket-list. Hence, I named this blog THE WEEKEND CHASER.

  • Port Barton V El Nido, Honest Opinion

    Many travellers will come to Palawan in the Philippines and may only go to El Nido - the famous spot for island hopping.

    We however, spent 5 days in El Nido and 4 days in Port Barton so we got a good taste and feel for both places.

    In reality, opinion is subjective and very much dependant upon what your expectations and wants are to begin with. If you're looking for somewhere busier with plenty of nightlife and lots of hostels where you can meet people then El Nido may be the place for you. If you want to chill and take a few days to just relax on the beach then don't miss Port Barton.
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  • El Nido Palawan, How Much Does It Cost

    El Nido Palawan | How Much Does It Cost

    Hey guys. Sharing with you my recent holiday in El Nido Palawan and how much it cost. This is based on a 5-day trip and based on a single person's expenses. This is just a rough estimate and of course, it's always cheaper to travel with friends. Your expenses will differ from mine depending on whether you want to glam it up or tone it down. There are definitely more things you can do compared to what we did, and also you can definitely save more money than we did in terms of accommodation and restaurants. Whatever you choose to do, stay safe and have ...

  •  El Nido Vs Coron: An In Depth Comparison

    El Nido Vs Coron: An In Depth Comparison

    Palawan has been dubbed as the best island in the world and has made international headlines in tourism for its gorgeous beaches and jaw-dropping rock formations. It is no secret how stunning this piece of paradise in the Philippines is. People crave for what Palawan has to offer. It is jam-packed with hidden gems and most of the islands remains relatively undeveloped and unexplored.